From The Hustle
Here are 2 experiences that many of us can relate to:
There’s now a solution.
According to The Economist, Colgate-Palmolive -- the $72B consumer goods company -- is commercializing packaging technology...
The product is called LiquiGlide and was invented in 2012 by a professor-student team from MIT.
This is how
the sorcery LiquiGlide works:
A toothpaste currently selling in Europe.
Even though the first LiquiGlide demo was for ketchup, actual ketchup makers have yet to use the product.
The MIT duo believe that their slippery invention can eventually be used for food products of all thickness (mayo, hummus, sour cream).
Existing containers for toothpaste are typically made from materials that are difficult to recycle, like plastic laminates and aluminum foil.
LiquiGlide is a green-friendly alternative.
Not only do you get to squeeze out every last drop, but you can also feel good about where you put the waste after.
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